When you need to give someone a really quick overview of a complex or lengthy topic, an infographic can be a good approach.
Infographics are great for making complicated information easy to digest. Consider using one anytime you want to:
Provide a quick overview of a topic
Explain a complex process
Display research findings or survey data
Summarize a long blog post or report
Compare and contrast multiple options
Raise awareness about an issue or cause
These templates have been designed with accessibility in mind. The minimum type size has been set. DO NOT make type smaller to fit more text into the layout. If you require more text, create a page on your website and direct your audience there.
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DEVELOP AN OUTLINE
So you've decided you want to create an infographic to help showcase your program's success. Now what? Creating an outline will help you organize your thoughts and ensure that your content will work in an infographic.
Create an infographic outline from existing content using these 3 steps:
Determine the key takeaways of your content
Determine the title, headers, subheaders and facts
Consider the length of paragraphs and points
PICK AN INFOGRAPHIC TEMPLATE
Once you’ve got your outline, you’re ready to choose an infographic template. Pre-made infographic templates like the ones below can give you the design inspiration you need to get your infographic rolling. You are not required to use one of our templates; but using them as a jumping-off point can be helpful.
INFOGRAPHIC TEMPLATE 1
Layout style: Allows space for a short success story with image; three fast fact highlights; brief text.
Used for: Single event or program that requirse a quick, high level overview.
Requirements: High-quality photo or illustration.
Download Infographic Template 1
Infographic TEMPLATE 2
Layout style: Highlight-driven with space for short impact statements; space for short success stories on back.
Used for: Programs or events that require a more detailed explanation.
Download Infographic Template 2
infographic TEMPLATE 3
Layout style: Large text and icons on front; data and story area on the back.
Used for: Programs and events that need to grab attention quickly.
Download Infographic Template 3
Infographic TEMPLATE 4
Layout style: Large image areas; space for a lot of detailed copy.
Used for: Events or programs that require a detailed or in-depth explanation.
Download Infographic Template 4
If you would prefer to download all templates for your organization, please use one of the links below.
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Download OSU Extension Infographic Templates